Saz Fairy

Rookie (12th of april / Sydney Australia)

Symphony Of Destruction - Poem by Saz Fairy

On the stage of heavens sky, the soundtrack of existence
Plays the symphony of destruction
Melody of the beautiful extermination
To the call there is no strength in life’s resistance

Angels on the winds, and demons pulling the strings
With the theme: in this world nobody wins

The world was never meant to be like this
But its going to be till hell itself freezes over
All that keeps you strong is the memory of the nirvana
And the vision of purity in that vision of last kiss

Angels on the winds, and demons pulling the strings
With the theme: in this world nobody wins

The man made darkness, sweet sorrow of the show
Once conductor, the once creator but now only demons plague
The demons closing his curtain on the world
God could be long dead and no body would know

Angels on the winds, and demons pulling the strings
With the theme: in this world nobody wins

The pain of the fighting starting up again
Like the climax of the dying words
Revelation of the evil ruling the world
And the heavens failure to change a thing

Angels on the winds, and demons pulling the strings
With the theme: in this world nobody wins

The angels play the tune,
But the demons pull the strings
Of life and love and so much more
The world following the celestial rune


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, October 22, 2005

Poem Edited: Sunday, November 27, 2005


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